Search for anything!
Found 4360 Illustrations
Imagine having a picnic with your best friends in the middle of the forest by the light of the Full Moon! I was lucky enough to feel the excitement a few summers ago - getting on our bikes with all the yummy food, cakes and drinks packed in vintage baskets. Laying down on blankets which have been hand made by our grannies, decorating the trees with fairy lights and lanterns while climbing up on old wooden ladders and listening to music mixed with the sound of the wind.... I hope you get the feeling from my illustration (and try to find the secret watermelon stash), still in love with the memory of that night xx love, Ivy
An invitation to all for a picnic. Picnics are free, and it's for everyone. In times of Covid-19, although we cannot have large social gatherings, let's imagine the world is united in this fight and we can all have our picnics in the near future.
Let's Have a Picnic Design Challenge.
This is my idea of a perfect picnic on a warm summer day. The ingredients on this spread can be mixed and matched to create a variety of simple, refreshing, and perfect combinations!
Picnic! This is my dream picnic—one that involves a bit of romance, a bit of scenery and a lot of wine and cheese (and I wouldn't mind if it were also in France). Don't mind les oiseaux—they are not there to steal food, only to make commentary!
A pond ripplin. A fish splooshin. A silver willow swaying. Add some spiked lemonade with macerated cherries and some crispy buttermilk fried chicken (or some marinated, quick charred tofu) for a truly indulgent afternoon....enjoyed equally solo or with good buds❤️
For the Play Along Pasta challenge, I created this fun recipe illustration of a recipe that is a bit off the beaten path for pasta, but is full of flavor and easy to make. Great for fall and winter, but simple enough for all seasons.
I am an introvert. Big time, and with the ongoing pandemic, my work-from-home-by-myself space has turned into a bustling shared office full of activity. It's been a bit overwhelming. While I absolutely love my husband, I just want a lazy afternoon away from his loud-talking voice. As soon as I started to think of my dream picnic, I couldn't stop imagining a few quiet minutes alone with a book and the breeze and a nice hearty sandwich. So this picnic illustration is for everyone out there who needs a quiet moment with only the trees for company.